Medical services are provided by more than 50 volunteer doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and registered nurses who staff regular appointment hours at the Clinic.

Over 50 non-clinical volunteers staff the clinic’s front office, prescription assistance program, and management functions (e.g., fundraising, grant writing, donor relations, publicity and social media management.

Cassi Kilpatrick, RN, BSN the Executive Director, is responsible for all aspects of the clinic, to include public relations, donor support, as well as State and National Free Clinic Association partnerships.

Dr. David Baehren, MD, provides guidance and leadership throughout Good Neighbor Medical Clinic. He helps create protocols and guidelines for clinical staff and provides patient care.

Sarah Smith, RN, BSN Clinical Director of GNMC. She oversees all clinical aspects at Good Neighbor Medical Clinic!

Jill Evans – Referral Specialist:   The role is a vital part of the quality of care provided to Good Neighbor patients.  The Referral Specialist works closely with the lead RN and providers to ensure all specialty care referral paperwork is complete, understood and accurately entered into our database.  In addition, this role works closely with all collaborative partners and assists with follow-up to any outside referrals.  

Janie Lackman, is the Development Director. Janie oversees and executes our development planning including grants, special event and individual giving.

Sharon McElveen oversees the day-to-day non-clinical operations at Good Neighbor, including volunteer coordination, patient eligibility and registration, and front desk tasks.

Julie Clemmer, RN, BSN Lead RN. She assists all providers and oversees volunteer nursing care

Vanessa Cortes, Volunteer Coordinator: The Volunteer Coordinator interacts with all clinical and operational volunteers. The Volunteer Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and works closely with both the Operations Manager and the Clinical Director to keep all volunteers engaged, recognized and up to date with required training.   

Charlotte Perry Community Health Worker (CHW):

The CHW role is not a direct staff position but operates through a grant with AmeriCorps/ South Carolina Free Clinic Association.   The CHW assists our patients with social determinates of health including transportation, housing, food insecurities and many other issues.  In addition, this role tracks and assists our diabetic and hypertensive patients.